German musician Oriion is creating his self titled style of music ‘nostalgia pop’ and I am here for it. The electronic backbone is what initially drew me into his new single “Siren Call” bug the more I listened to the single the more I was brainwashed like a Siren would've done [In Greek mythology, the Sirens were dangerous creatures, who lured nearby sailors with their enchanting music and singing voices to shipwreck on the rocky coast of their island]. Oriion was raised all over the world, and it was this along with a formative diet of pop icons; Sade, George Michael and Daft Punk among others, which shaped his diverse array of influences that span several decades. Check out a quote from Oriion below and under that stream his song “Siren Call”.
‘Siren Call’ is about the constant craving and longing towards someone I used to love. The more I rejected him, the more resistant I was towards this feeling, the more I couldn't let go. I was hooked on this emotion for such a long time that I became addicted; I was co-dependent. This song is a metaphoric cleanse for an emotional addiction. It helped me to name the cause of one of the biggest and darkest times of my life. This song helped me to get sober of the person I was longing for such a long time.